The recent Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) represents one of the biggest changes to the tax code in many years. Will the Internal Revenue Service be up to the challenge of enforcing these changes? For the last five years, the IRS has been examining … [Read more...] about New Tax Laws Should Lower Your Odds of Being Audited
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The risk of starting a new business is high, but the benefits of succeeding in this is certainly inviting to everyone. Every new business owner sets a variety of goals from the very beginning; starting from growth to brand recognition. However, there … [Read more...] about Grow Your Small Business with These Easy Tips
If you had told someone twenty years ago that a company whose core business is to make available a platform where people would post details about their lives like what they are doing, eating, and feeling, people would have dismissed you as a joke. … [Read more...] about How to come up with business ideas that could create the next millionaires
It's difficult to purchase a home in today's market. Pent-up demand and an extreme shortage of homes have led to a rapid increase in prices that outpaces recent wage gains. The problem is acute in the market for starter homes and critical in … [Read more...] about More Homebuyers Stretch Toward Excessive Debt
President Trump promised changes in Washington upon his election. Whether you are a Trump fan or foe, there's no question he's succeeded in that goal. Sometimes the change is precipitated by the President's choice to lead an agency, as in the case of … [Read more...] about How Has the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Changed Under Trump?
A new government report provides both good news and bad news about America's massive consumer debt load. The bad news: America's total consumer debt continues to rise. According to May's G.19 Consumer Credit Report from the Federal Reserve, … [Read more...] about Card Balances Drop While Consumer Credit Growth Slows